Online Safety   

Our approach to online safety at St John's is to empower pupils to responsibly take ownership of their online footprint and experiences.  We have created our own pupil task force and these children lead assemblies, run competitions and regularly talk to their peers. Half termly e-safety activities are now in place for pupils as well as Safer Internet Day.












The children made their own film for the Childnet International Film Competition.


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The Internet is considered to be an essential part of modern life. The school has a duty to provide pupils with quality Internet access as part of their learning. Our e-safety policy considers new and emerging technologies in our continuing aim to enable pupils to become autonomous users with a safe, positive attitude towards the internet and provide suitable resources, training and support for staff.  We have regular E-Safety lessons, safer Internet campaigns, cyber buddies and e-safety assemblies to continually raise awareness of staying safe online.

Please click here for our E-Safeguarding Policy​

Please click here for the Think-You-Know ​Website

What tools are there to help me keep my child safe?​ 

PUPILS - Check out the games on our CHILDREN webpage.

Online Safety Scheme of Work (a working document)

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